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Educational Holiday Activities

Educational Holiday Activities

Educational Holiday Activities

The holiday season is a great time to spread cheer and creativity! Enhance your children's crafts with learning numbers and letters! These Christmas crafts for kids are fun and educational! 

 

Alphabet Christmas Tree

Materials Needed: Paper, Magic Sticks, and dot markers

  1. Draw a Christmas tree with Magic Stix
  2. Use dot markers to create dots in the tree
  3. Use a black Magic Stix market to label each dot with a number

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Word Color Match Christmas Tree

Materials Needed: Kwik Stix, Printable Coloring sheet

  1. Paint each ornament by the color read on the paper
  2. Kwik Stix dry in just 90 seconds!

Check out this activity on Instagram @ot_room

 

Christmas Decorations

Materials Needed: Kwik Stix, paper, and a marker

  1. Draw Christmas trees on a big sheet on paper
  2. Leave them uncolored on the inside
  3. Label each tree with a number using a marker
  4. Paint with Kwik Stix the number of ornaments associated with the number

Check out this activity on Instagram @frombaby2toddler

 

Magnet Tiles

Materials Needed: Magnet tiles, Wonder Stix, and jingle bells
  1. Label each magnet tile with a number
  2. Draw the number with Wonder Stix
  3. Attach the same number of jingle bells to each tile

Check out this activity on Instagram @chasing40toes

 

Light Up Rudolph's Nose

Materials Needed: red dot marker, paper, and Wonder Stix

  1. Draw Rudolph's face on paper multiple times
  2. Leave Rudolph's nose uncolored
  3. Light up his nose with red dot marker
  4. Try to keep the ink inside the red circle

Check out this activity on Instagram @everydaywithindie

 

Tree Decorating

Materials Needed: Kwik Stix, paper, glue, holiday stickers, snowflake decorations

  1. Draw a Christmas tree, write some letters or numbers on the tree (can use different colors to add color matching element).⁣
  2. Leave out some letter or number stickers to match. (You can write the letters or numbers on dot stickers if you don’t have letter/number stickers.)⁣
  3. Have your child match the letters/numbers by color to their correlating place on the tree.⁣
  4. Then, provide them with coloring materials, loose parts & a glue stick so they can color & decorate their tree

Check out this activity on Instagram @happy_learning_moments

 

Toilet Paper Tree Sorting

Materials Needed: Kwik Stix, paper, kitchen tongs, pom poms, and scissor

  1. Paint your Christmas Tree onto a sheet of paper
  2. Use empty toilet paper rolls and cut in half (you will need 5 toilet paper rolls)
  3. Start with 4 rolls on the bottom of the tree, followed by 3,2,1
  4. Paint a dot inside the roll onto the paper of a corresponding color of pom pom
  5. Give your child kitchen tongs for them to pick up each pom pom and place in the right toilet paper roll!

Check out this activity on Instagram @practicalplayideas